Reception:: August 3rd, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Opening: August 3rd, 2017
Closing: September 2nd, 2017
For real horse people, “A Good Horse is Never A Bad Color” is a statement of fact. Some novices pick horses because of their color. The real mind and soul of a horse is not about its color. In an imaginary world, artists can portray horses as they wish – beyond real. Enjoy them in this show.
Opening Reception: July 6th, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Opening: July 6th, 2017
Closing: July 29th, 2017
Join the fun at WILDE MEYER ANNEX. Joyous works by Theresa Paden, Cathy Carey, Patrick Coffaro, Melinda Curtin, Judy Feldman, and more will be presented. Join us for light refreshments at our special summer evening presentation.
Night Music 24″ x 30″
Ready to Go 12″ x 9″
Let’s Go Someplace
7″ x 5″
There is No Charge to
Adopt a Tortoise 24″ x 18″
Opening Reception: May 4th, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Opening: May 4th, 2017
Closing: May 27th, 2017
On the Move – Flying, Running, Swimming, Riding Motorcycles or Poised to Do So. Some artists capture animals in action or a contemplative moment, while others anthropomorphize them.Among participating artists will be: Chaille Trevor, Greg Dye, Carol Ruff Franza, Kristin Knight, Sarah Webber, and AM Stockhill.
Reception: : April 6th, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Opening: : April 6th, 2017
Closing: April 29th, 2017
This month’s group show focuses on non-domestic animals. The show will include exotic as well as native wild animals. Patricia Hunter’s realistic style watercolors, of various African species, become very contemporary through her unorthodox compositions. The great physical strength of Greg Dye’s wild bison is portrayed in his thick pallet knife paintings that are contemporized with vivid wild hues. Timothy chapman invents hi own wild species. Ron Russon’s portrayal of wildlife has a subtle hint of native spiritualty combined with bold contemporary colors and lines. These artists as well as work by several artists will be displayed.
Opening Reception: March 2nd, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Opening: March 2nd, 2017
Closing: April 1st, 2017
Some artists strive for realism when portraying animals, others go for fun and the imaginary.
Sarah Webber is an artist who can achieve a visual sense of realism when painting her subjects, but her titles take the renderings beyond just the visual, to establish a short story caught in time. In her painting called “Leap of Faith, Sarah gives the viewer the sense of a optimism as the bunny hops into the unknown. “Two Times the Fun”, shows two burros, caught giving their attention to a subject off canvas, and captures their sense of anticipation of what is to come.
Trevor Mikula deals strictly in the imagined. His painting style is honed to an economy of brushwork and details. The colors are yummy, and the subjects huggable. Animal Kingdom features all styles and interpretations of our wonderful world of animals. Artists include Ron Russon, Jaime Ellsworth, Connie Townsend, Chaille Trevor, and many more.
Reception: February 9th, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Opening: February 2nd, 2017
Closing: February 25th, 2017
It would not be the “Old West” without critters. Most iconic are mustangs, burros, coyotes, and bison to name a few. Whether domestic or wild, the west conjures up visions of all sorts of fauna. Animals were crucial to the lives of Native peoples and western settlers, and they are still valued and enjoyed today, in our new west. Artists participating include Sarah Webber, Sushi Felix, Chaille Trevor, Bill Colt, Theresa Paden, and more, with a special introduction of our new artist Cathy Carey.
Sarah Webber will be demonstrating her painting skills during the February 9th reception in the Annex gallery. Join us for light refreshments and watch talented artist Sarah Webber paint a masterpiece before your very eyes.
Opening Reception: January 5th, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Opening: January 1st, 2017
Closing: January 31st, 2017
We will be featuring a new piece of dog art on Annex facebook page every day for the month of January. Many of our best Wilde Meyer artists are participating. Check the Annex facebook page daily to see what wonderful piece is “Dog of the Day”, or ask to be on our list to receive emails with the new canines. – email@example.com.
Below are examples of some of the work we will be receiving.
Opening Reception: December 1st, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Opening: December 1st, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Closing: December 31st, 2016
Sometimes the art and the viewer of the art appear to be looking at each other. Have you ever felt a piece of art was communicating with you? .Group show featuring Chaille Trevor, Trevor Mikula, Bill Colt, and lots of other fine artists.
Opening Reception: October 6th, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Opening: October 6th, 2016
Closing: October 29th, 2016
This show highlights equine images that go beyond traditional equine renderings. Sherri Belassen transforms horse figures into blocks of color and detail that say “horse”, but is in reality an abstract painting. Karen Bezuidenhout shows the equine figures as basic forms, with almost no detail. Amy Watts’ narrative paintings require the viewer pick out the horse from a myriad of puzzle-like color forms. Theresa Paden assigns outrageous hues to her beautifully rendered horses. Leslie Anne Webb presents humor in the shenanigans of her equines. Other artists showing include Chaille Trevor, Andrea Peterson and more. Also showing animal art by Trevor Mikula and Connie Townsend.
Opening Reception: September 1st, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Opening: September 1st, 2016
Closing: October 1st, 2016
September at WILDE MEYER ANNEX will be very “doggy”. The gallery will feature canine related art. The work will range from seriously beautiful portraits of man’s best friend by Patricia Hunter to inspiring studies of canines of the wild by Kristin Knight and James Swanson. Adventurous paintings by Connie Townsend and more will be presented.
Downtime 18.5″ x 24″
6″ x 6″
Other Voices, Other Rooms 60″ x 60″
Opening Reception: August 4th, 2016
Closing: August 27th, 2016
WILDE MEYER GALLERY is well known for its colorful eclectic art presentations. Even though WILDE MEYER ANNEX specializes in animal related art, these pieces can be in splendid color also. This show presents animals in imaginative hues to downright conjured up hues. Some of the artists showing, like Theresa Paden, portray close up images of realistically proportioned animals in outrageous colors. Other artists, like Jaime Ellsworth, add the real punch of color through complicated compositions. Greg Dye uses gigantic slashes of vibrant color to create iconic bison. Other artists use traditionally painted subjects surrounded by color.
WILDE MEYER ANNEX specializes in animal art. Some artists paint animals as the main subject, others paint or sculpt animals in situations – real or imagined. Connie Townsend substitutes animals in place of humans in exciting situations. Judy Feldman includes animals in inviting rooms and gardens to show a sense of scale and comfort. Artists like James Swanson include animals in landscapes to invoke a sense of nostalgia and appreciation of nature. Still others make the animal the complete picture, whether realistic or reincarnated with imaginative colors.